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Peggy Sastre – The climate, absent from the presidential election, for good reasons?




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CHRONIC. The candidates for the Élysée spoke very little about the serious climate crisis. Is it their fault or that of the citizens? Covid? of the war ?

Rising fuel prices reshuffled the cards for the French during the presidential campaign.  She relegated global warming to the background.
Rising fuel prices reshuffled the cards for the French during the presidential campaign. She relegated global warming to the background.
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By Peggy Sastre








De Gaulle – Think, resist, govern

His name has become synonymous with a free and powerful France. De Gaulle, the man of the appeal of June 18, has established himself in history first as a rebel, a resistance fighter and then as a charismatic political leader, in France and abroad. Adored, hated during his presidency, he became after his death a myth, an ideal politician that on the right and on the left we begin to regret.









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